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I want to combine some videos so that i can analyze them continuously one after another on OpenSHAPA. Is there any way to do that? I will be grateful if any one can help me out with this.

asked 17 Jul '13, 18:11

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You can go about this several ways. The first and easiest way would be to append the videos to each other in OpenSHAPA. You can use the add data feature in the Data Viewer Controller. You can add several videos and then you can drag the second video to the end of the first and the third to the end of the second. To do this just click the colored band that represents the video in the Data Viewer Controller and drag it so that the beginning snaps to the end of the previous video's colored band.

Another and more permanent way would be to combine the videos using a video-editing software like iMovie or FinalCut. You could also use IFFmpeg, a free program you can download and use it to merge videos and also convert them.

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answered 18 Jul '13, 17:33

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